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Table 6 Changes in experimental ciliary annotation #’s and curation status (July 2013–Dec 2016)

From: Sensing the cilium, digital capture of ciliary data for comparative genomics investigations

Changes in ciliary annotation #’s and curation status (July 2013–Dec 2016) # genes completed # genes not yet targeted Total # genes
Increases in annotations resulting in improved curation status
Only CC ciliary annotations  Both BP and CC ciliary annotations 10 4 14
Only BP ciliary annotations  Both BP and CC ciliary annotations 3 2 5
No ciliary annotations  Both BP and CC ciliary annotations 16 2 18
No ciliary annotations  BP ciliary annotations 9 6 15
No ciliary annotations  CC ciliary annotations 19 7 26
Total # genes with improved curation status 57 21 78
Changes in ciliary annotations but without curation status change
 Increase in both ciliary BP and CC terms 12 4 16
 Increase in ciliary BP terms 1 3 4
 Increase in ciliary CC terms 15 27 42
 Decrease in ciliary CC terms   1 1
Total # genes with new annotations but unchanged curation status 28 35 63
Decrease in annotations resulting in decreased curation status
Both BP and CC ciliary annotations  Only BP ciliary annotations 1 0  
Total # genes with decreased curation status 1 0 1
No change in ciliary annotations (genes still lacking ciliary annotations) 48 120 168
Total # genes 134 176 310
  1. Comparing the annotations present in March 2016 to those present before the commencement of the annotation project, we have determined how many genes had an increase (or decrease, in the case of a single gene with a decreased annotation status due to removal of a single incorrect CC annotation) in the numbers of annotations to ciliary biological process (BP) or cellular component (CC) GO terms and how many of these genes also had an improvement in their “curation status” indicating new annotations in a GO aspect (either BP or CC) in which they previously did not have any ciliary annotations